A look at what five Asian imports have to prove this season.
Which Asian stars will shine in the WBC’and maybe one day in MLB?
Notes on a new Ranger, a new Diamondback, and a first baseman who finally found a home
Will Lind ever become Toronto’s hitman again? Will Plouffe’s 2012 season go poof? Will A-Gon’s value be all gone in Los Angeles? Michael answers these keeper questions in this week’s column.
Michael looks at a breakout player past his prime, another before his prime, and a third who’s ready for prime time right now.
A look at fantasy corner infielders reveals two young hitters not quite ready for prime time, and Michael explains why he still doesn’t like Ike.
An okay slugger, a one-trick pony, and two slugging Arizona first basemen highlight this week’s column
As the mirrored baseball drops on a new year at Baseball Prospectus, Michael looks at whether fantasy owners should resolve to keep or drop four corner infielders
Can the Greek God of Walks revive himself in Yankee pinstripes? Will Moustakas revive or continue to slide? Michael looks at these keeper questions and more in this week’s column.
Michael kicks off his keeper analysis with a look at corner infielders involved in notable offseason deals, including the redoubtable David Wright and the eminently doubtable James Loney.
Michael looks at his best and worst Value Picks for the 2012 season.
Value Picks gets the Disney treatment this week as the season winds down to the final week.
Lacking significant September corner infield call-ups, Michael still fields a strong Value Picks lineup, joined by Josh Donaldson and Matt Dominguez this week.
Michael welcomes a new AL-only VP to the list, but his regular VPs continue to bring great value to your fantasy roster.
The Value Picks list continues to hit well, but Michael finds room for a newly healthy Luke Scott as well as a host of marginal talent in Playing Pepper.